After years taking pictures, do realise the photos could add up to just so much. In my album, currently there’s about twelve thousand pictures, which at one time was over 20,000… Then, after years of procrastinating, I finally complete the daunting task of deleting (hopefully) all unwanted pictures. Continue reading “Reorganising your photos”→
Ok, this is something that’s not new, but I’m just sharing it anyways as an affiliate.
Through the years, I’ve bought some good ebooks about photography and I feel that they can helped self-taught photographers (like myself) quite a lot. Here are some of them in my collection that you can buy. I’ve been using them time and again for references.
There are other books that I got from other places but these are from DPS .
Just click on the images and it’ll take you to the site.
When I was some what 12, I began cycling to school. I would say to myself that, it was far and tiring, until I got used to the 15 minute ride after a few month. When my friends invited me to play soccer in the fields, we try to find the best(closest) field, as some would not want to come if it’s too far from their home.
After a month isolated, the time to go home finally came. Generally, it’s the time where everyone’s eager no matter who, what you’re doing if it’s work or backpacking or from a holiday, or if you are far at the other side of the planet or just a few hours plane ride, home is still in a sense, our comforting realm, heavenly kingdom. Or is it?
I had the chance to climb/trek to “the pinnacles” in Mulu national park, an arduous trek and walk up hill a steep slope (3km trek 1100m ascent) , however still very possible for the moderately fit people as I would expect. The trek would take 3-4 hours (speed dependent), and there’s a requirement of reaching certain check points or markers at a defined amount of time, else the guide are required to stop your climb and order you to descend back to camp 5, the base camp of that trail.
The traveller sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see.
Flipping my iPad, checking emails, bank accounts etc, which then lead to my flickr page, old pictures, I recalled asking friends about their travels… ‘did you took any pictures?’, ‘how many?’ and later, find out that most of them really didn’t bother much.
They focused more on shopping, buying souvenirs, eating, sightseeing, sleeping etc.